The new house in Redmond is very small with hardly any yard compared to our old house. It is not very safe and Sami clearly does not like it there. The house is located in a 55+ development, houses are built close together, and all pets are expected to remain inside. Coyotes roam the near-by woods and golf course.
We brought Sami back to Ronald to live full-time, where she can be indoors and outdoors and thrives in the 2-acre yard. Because we cannot always be there with Sami, we hired a care taker from Roslyn.
We plan to begin renting the Ronald house to generate some income to help us with maintenance expenses. Our caretaker would love to take Sami to her place in Roslyn but her mother and brother are allergic.
We are looking for a home in the area for Sami where she could continue to thrive. She is a small female, good mouser, will tell you when she wants to go outside and come back inside. She can use a potty box but when we lived in Ronald for those 10 months she did not use one, except when the snow got really deep.
Sami is fixed and has all her shots. We can have our vet in Redmond send Sami’s records to you or a vet in the area. We will pay for Sami’s vet visit for any updates she needs. In addition we can give Sami’s new owners if they want the following:
• Cat tree that my daughter-in-law calls the Hilton
• Potty box
• Food and water dishes
Sami has personality, loves to be loved, sits on laps, will sleep on your bed if you like, has very silky smooth fir; loves to be scratched behind her ears and back.
If there is someone out there who may need the company, Sami would make a good companion. She is gentle with kids and is used to them. We have grown kids, small grandkids, and friends with teens who have stayed with us many times here in Ronald. Anyone who is interested is welcome to visit us and meet Sami first.
ARRF has not met Sami. Email us and will will put you in touch with Sami's family. Please make sure you do your own evaluation.
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